Heading into the new school year this fall, more than 10,000 students requested to transfer under Oklahoma's new open transfer law.
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When the Osage Nation Congress met to discuss routine business last week, one item included supporting a resolution that called on Oklahoma's legislature to repeal the controversial HB 1775, a law that limits discussion of race, sexuality and gender in the classroom.
Local headlines for Monday, October 3, 2022
The Oklahoma Music Minute is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, focusing on Latin American musicians in Oklahoma.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Bizzaro, the voice of Mochi from Netflix's Waffles and Mochi.
For the first time in more than a decade, the Oklahoma City federal court is prosecuting a hate crime.
Most of the state’s American Rescue Plan Act money centered on upgrades to broadband internet infrastructure. Oklahoma lawmakers also dedicated $20 million from unallocated funds for drought relief.
Local headlines for Friday, September 30, 2022
The U.S. Department of Agriculture spent $7.4 billion dollars on two of its conservation programs in recent years, but a report from an environmental group found a very small percentage of that money went to practices that help fight climate change.
Gender-affirming medical care for transgender youth limited by Oklahoma Legislature in ARPA health funding billOklahoma lawmakers used a health funding bill to crack down on gender-affirming care, drawing criticism from the medical community, LGBTQ advocates and civil rights supporters.
Scientists took a dozen research flights over major U.S. oil and gas fields to sample flare emissions. They found more methane than was supposed to be there.
Over the past few months, pandemic relief efforts have been winding down. One of the first to disappear was universal free lunches for public school students. But one Oklahoma district has found a workaround.
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